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The modern-day world of work is in a state of constant flux. The main reason for this is technology, which has developed at a remarkably rapid rate over the past few decades, resulting in many new jobs having been created, and an increased expectation to be able to transfer skills from one job or sector to another.

At the same time, however, some jobs are disappearing, due to mechanisation and automation.


Are you ready to join the premier high school scholarship? The time is here: double-check that you have all your documents in-hand and that you meet the criteria when you click Apply!


It is of common knowledge that public tertiary institutions in South Africa, apart from a number of bursary options, are also supported by NSFAS funding. However, NSFAS bursaries are unfortunately not an option for students looking to pursue tertiary education at private colleges. Nonetheless, there are a few other options for private college funding in South Africa. 


Dr Advaita Singh, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR) Postdoctoral Researcher, has urged the youth to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the CSIR.


The are various forms of funding for people who wish to study but can't afford to do so. If you are struggling to find a way to fund your studies, here are some options.


A scholarship is a paid form of reward to students based on their overall academic achievement or if they have met all the requirements by a sponsor. Every student’s background story may diff, but the financial gap in paying for tuition fees is still evident today.


LISOF Fashion School is celebrating their International Accreditation and they have decided to award you with the opportunity to win 1 of 5 part-bursaries to the total of R100 000.


Are you running putting your studies on hold simply because you cannot afford to pay for it? Looking for ways to fund your studies can be one of the most stressful parts of university, but there are many options for students who are not financially able to fund their own studies. 


Applications for fully-funded international scholarships for 2018 are now open for South Africans to study abroad.


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